4 minutes read. I looked at the long list of stakeholders on the Excel sheet and quickly skimmed the change assessment. I asked the program manager if they talked to any of the stakeholders listed, and he said yes. I was curious to know more and asked eagerly, “how many people did you talk to?”. […]
4 minutes read. To me, she is one of the best therapists in the country. She knows me and my cultural and family background so well that I cannot think of any other person to go to when I need to vent. She is a blessing in my life. One summer day, we had an
2 minutes read. Last week, I introduced Design Thinking as the mindset shift needed to successfully guide organizations through the changes caused by the wicked problems they face. This week, we look at where we need to be and, at a high level, how design thinking can get us there. Where We Need to Be I talked about
Why Design Thinking is Not Another Methodology, But the Mindset You Need to Re-invent Change Management.
4 minutes read. One gloomy day of the lockdown, I decided to reread a book that had changed my life. Nine years ago, it had caught my eye when I was searching for the “fundamental ways for a mindset change.” It was around the time of my first exposure to the Design Thinking mindset. “The
6 minutes read – That morning, like most of my mornings, I opened my eyes and looked at the sky through the window. Beams of light were shining on my bed, and I knew it was time to wake up. I usually open my eyes to the question: “What gives meaning to this fresh day
4 minutes read. She is brilliant. My eight years old niece is a curious kid. She always wants to know and asks a lot of questions. She is my interaction and source of learning with another generation: me as a millennial and her as a Gen Z. It was a grey winter evening; my young